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Top 15 All-Time Mountain West Players

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Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images.
Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images.

After redshirting in 2009, Hillman wasted no time becoming a top-flight running back in the MWC. In just two years, he ran for 3,243 yards and 36 touchdowns. 

The La Habra, Calif., native was named first-team All-MWC twice and was named the conference freshman of the year in 2010.

The Denver Broncos drafted Hillman in the third round in 2012. Had Hillman stayed for his final two years of eligibility, he'd own every career rushing record for the conference.